Originally written on Sportress of Blogitude  |  Last updated 11/17/14

While we are left to wonder how this customized Pittsburgh Penguins jersey ever made it out of ShopNHL.com (although it is possible this guy took a Penguins jersey to some shop and had it customized himself), you cannot help but give him the proper credit for coming up with perhaps the most clever customized hockey jersey inspired by one man’s love of boobs. The man donned the “breast” customized jersey ever to take in the Pittsburgh Penguins-Caroline Hurricanes game at Raleigh’s PNC Arena on Tuesday night. Via Puck Daddy: Fantastic. You gotta love how the “00″ jersey number is so fitting it must have been orchestrated by the gals from that reality show “Double Divas”. Get it? Fitting? Moving on, not only was this guy’s ode to breasts Penguins jersey captured by some guy on Twitter, he managed to get it on the air during the Carolina Hurricanes’ television broadcast during the game: And if the jersey itself wasn’t creative and imaginative enough on its own, Puck Daddy highlighted this genius tweet about what may have given rise to such a peculiar — yet hilarious — jersey: @coachcarnage @aaronward_nhl @wyshynski Definite jersey fail…they put Sboob Evoli’s name backwards on his jersey! — Chad Moore (@tweetinyyc) April 10, 2013 Well played. TweetThe post Pittsburgh Penguins fan rocks customized jersey with ‘ILOVEBOOBS’ as name (pic) appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.

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